Summary: This tablet is one of the easiest and nicest ones to operate. I had it for two days before the upgrade to ice cream OS and it totally rocks, no problems or lag doing anything. I was thinking about getting the Prime, but didn't want to pay the Prime prices and this is worth it. It has excellent features and functions! Worth it!!!
Summary: This dual core tablet, now with Ice Cream Sandwich, is a powerhouse. It can play great games such as Shadowgun or Blood and Glory, while still providing enough power for movies. I believe I was able to watch 8 hours of movies before it died on me, but that was with the power saver on.
good product but used auction price is over priced, some new ones as well
21 February 2012
Summary: I believe it is a good product, but I do not understand why people bid higher for a used product then what it would cost them for a new one. With a little research you can get the tablet for as low as 299.00 and possibly less new and or refurbished, and a keyboard for 80.00 or less.
Unless you are a stickler for the OS, Why purchase something else?
18 February 2012
Summary: The Transformer is great tablet. It does about 85% of the tasks that I can do on my full sized notebook. The unit appears to be sturdy and well built. Even though there are some obvious differences between the Asus Transformer and another tablet (perhaps an iPad2) fundamentally the OS, the unit performance visually equal. Once you get used to the Android platform, I can't say one unit is better than the other.
Excerpt: . Good all rounder tablet for work and social use. It exceeds expectation when using for documentation editing, and business use. Socially its amazing, great integration with all social networking applications. Apps are real fun and offer hours of excitement. Problems render through initial software pre-set and camera glitches.
Pros: Great Screen, Keybord docking station, Battery Life, Apps, Camera
Cons: Android glitches, outdated software, pre installed.
Excerpt: I got Asus Eeepad Transformer and Motorola xoom I like the build quality and look of xoom I think Asus need to work more hard on camera, build quality, speaker and mic. and even Asus prime is out now but I will still stick to my Asus Orignal Transformer.
Pros: 1. Good Accessories Capabilties (keyboard dock, USB, HDMI, SD Card Reader etc), Good Software integration and speed, Good Wireless Reception, Keyboard Dock with extra 6 hrs battery life, good Look
Cons: Build Quaility (average) there gaps incertain places you can literally see dust inside of camera glass, Average Camera and without flash, poor mic quality
Smart, cool, Awesome product, Its a light product.
8 February 2012
Summary: I bought this product because, i needed a computer i could take with me when i go some where. And because i think it is smart. My likes: It can do many things, Its cool, It dosen`t weigh a lot. My dislikes: It becomes dirty on the front fast. I can not compare it to others, because i haven`t tride other tablets.
Summary: This is one of the best tablets in the market that can compete against any other tablets. I used other tablets and the transformer. I found that the transformer is better performing than most of the tablets. Also it has usb ports and hdmi port which is an added advantage. There are some quirks that have to be tweaked with Honeycomb 3.0 OS and that's something Google is working on. That's easy since updates will be released (an update is scheduled in 2 days).
awesome everything you need specially if you are a college student like me
29 January 2012
Summary: right now all dual core tablets are getting price cut. its all about quad core. but trust me, don't go jump on quad core yet. since theres no games or apps for it yet. that's where Asus Transformer TF101 comes in. fast amazing screen everything you could possible one under 300 dollars. 9 hrs battery without the dock with is 12 hrs yes 12 hrs with the dock. if you looking for a tablet right now. this beast is for you. plus its getting ICS( iCE SCREAM SANDWICH) next month.